Sweco, the engineering environment and design consultants have recently appointed David Leversha as the Structural Director for their UK buildings division. This new appointment has been made as Sweco continues to focus on growth in their structural design and multi-discipline engineering consultancy market.
David Leversha is joining Sweco after working for BuroHappold. David will bring 21 years of experience working in the industry to his new role at the engineering consultancy. As part of this experience, David has been the leader of a number of multi-disciplinary teams that have worked on high profile projects across the UK. These projects worked on by Davis Leversha and his teams include the Lowry Centre located in Salford and Manchester 2 St. Peter’s Square office development.
As part of his new role at Sweco, David will be joining the 30-strong team of structural engineers in order to improve the company’s pipeline of more high-end and architecturally-led work taking place throughout the UK. David will be a valuable addition to their integrated engineering, planning and consultancy capability which will then complement Sweco’s strong track record for delivering building services in the public and private sector. David will be an asset to the team in his new role as Structural Director for the company’s UK buildings division.
The news of David Leversha’s appointment has been made after Sweco’s appointment to two of the Crown Commercial Service flagship consultancy framework. This framework has been designed to support the government as they deliver £163 billion worth of construction projects that have been planned as a part of the Government Construction Strategy which is expected to take place between 2016 and 2020.
Sweco offers advice and consults on a range of major projects from their network of offices. Recently the company has been a part of One Nine Elms on London’s South Bank as well as Bloomberg’s new European headquarters